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A tremendously successful season for Arlington fastpitch came to a close May 17 as the girls lost a hard-fought 1-0 battle to Shorecrest.
LAKEWOOD There is something to be said for perseverance, dedication and loyalty. In the case of Lakewood High School physical education teacher and fastpitch softball coach Steve Barker, his 28 years at the helm has earned him a spot in the Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
For a team that finished 3-7 overall the Arlington Eagles football team was well represented with seven Wesco North selections.
Just as the undefeated Arlington Blue Junior Football Team was running the ball across the goal line in overtime to end their season with an 22-14 championship victory over the Mount Vernon Bulldogs, the rain lightened up and the two Arlington Midget teams were waiting patiently behind the chain-link fence for their turn. The North Cascade Youth Football League Association Championships were held Saturday, Nov. 18, at Mount Vernon High School.
Some people remember dates and times because of certain events. Arlingtons Joey Dettrich is not soon to forget the day a dream came true due mainly to Mother Nature.
Cougars look to continue winning tradition
Lady Cougs hope to be competitive in tough league
LAKEWOOD The lead swung back and forth like a pendulum, but in the end, the Lakewood baseball team gave up eight runs in the seventh inning allowing Sultan to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, pulling off a 15-11 win April 6 at Lakewood High School.
DARRINGTON The bottom of the fourth inning was long by any standard, but for Shoreline Christian it must have seemed an eternity as they watched their 3-2 lead buried under 13 Darrington runs to lose the first game in the April 5 doubleheader 15-3.
When Derek Jones took the mound April 4, Arlington coach Doug Plucker knew his group was in for a tough outing.
Early on in the first half of the Arlington soccer match with the Cascade Bruins a nasty challenge from a Bruin defender who clipped Arlingtons John Tilton.
The April 3 fastpitch game between Arlington and Lake Stevens shaped out to be a classic pitchers duel.
ARLINGTON A monster third inning carried Cuz Concrete to a 14-10 victory over Menzel Lake in Arlington recreational league co-ed softball in their July 25 clash.
ARLINGTON It took a few innings for them to warm up, but the Arlington Pharmacy softball team poured it on in the late inning in their 10-4 victory over the Wrecking Crew on July 26.
LAKEWOOD Fifth-year coach Tom OHara seems perfect for the role of a high school wrestling coach his short, stout and tattoo covered muscular body looks intimidating to any outsider.
ARLINGTON First-year head coach Doug Byers has a look of intimidation inside the AHS wrestling workout room that feels like a sauna.
This is the first season that the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association has recognized girls wrestling as an official sport and they will have their own dual meets this year.
The Lakewood boys and girls track teams took a combined 17 competitors to the WIAA-Dairy Farmers of Washington State Track and Field meet May 25-26 in Tacoma.
Several other Eagles compete well at 3A championships